Columbus Day Or Indigenous Peoples’ Day? October 11, 2019

In 1937, Columbus Day was marked as an official holiday on the second Monday of every October to honor Christopher Columbus, who was credited to have

No Longer Royal … But Still Loyal October 11, 2019

Imagine you’re a prince or princess. One day, you wake up, and your grandfather, the king of a country, tells you that you’ve been stripped of you

Is It Just A Costume? October 4, 2019

Recently, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in the middle of a controversy that had a lot of people talking about race, stereotypes, and the

College Athletes Can Now Get Paid! October 4, 2019

What’s the difference between a college athlete and a professional athlete? The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) believes that one of

A Reason To Cry October 4, 2019

What one vegetable could your family not give up? Broccoli perhaps or maybe carrots? Well, in India, most people would say the precious onion as it’

China Celebrates Its Big Seven-Oh October 4, 2019

How do you celebrate your birthday? At Xyza, we like to celebrate with friends and family, and maybe eat a slice or two of cake. But ever wonder how a

It’s Melting … And Quickly! September 28, 2019

Global warming is real—we know it and you (our young readers!) know it too. But for those who aren’t quite convinced yet, you might want to share

Robot Dogs For Sale September 28, 2019

Remember when we shared a story about robot dogs last year? If not, check out the story here first! It might be called “Spot,” but it’s nothing

Young Voices Speak Up Around The World September 28, 2019

Over four million young people around the world marched to save the planet last week. From New York to New Zealand, people gathered to make their voic

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